Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Police bring charges against Luton Islamists

On the direction of the Crown Prosecution Service, Bedfordshire Police have charged seven people in connection with the "disturbance" which happened at the Homecoming Parade of 2nd Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment on March 10th in Luton.

The seven have been charged with Section 5 Public Order Offences and will appear before Luton Magistrates Court on Wednesday 16th September 2009.

This action by Beds Police goes against the wish of labour ministers that a softly-softly line should be taken in such situations for fear of further inciting Muslim radicalism. So it could still hold true that we haven't yet got a National Police Service. Good for Beds Police.

Bedfordshire Police: Charges in Connection with 2nd Royal Anglian Regiment Home Coming March Protest